|Written by Sue Gee|
|Friday, 06 January 2012|
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If you have got beyond the beginner's stage, jQuery Cookbook (O'Reilly, 2009) is recommended as a
good addition to your bookshelf because it can provide standard solutions to problems that are similar to your own.
The review tells us:
Although the book starts off from the basics - selecting elements, manipulating the DOM etc - it very quickly gets more advanced. Topics include issues of performance, event handling, plugins, forms, the jQuery UI, Ajax and utilities. The final two chapters deal with using jQuery in "big" projects and unit testing. Both are worth reading even if your project is small and unit testing is not something you do.
a practical book that explains how jQuery works without digging into the details of its implementation. It attempts to give you the flavour of the philosophy behind the design and explains how best to use it.
On the other hand, Ian only gave it a rating of 4 on the grounds that:
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